WillingWilson

Just4Children are raising funds so Wilson can have life changing SDR surgery which may give him the chance to walk unaided one day!

£14311
Total raised
14 %
£100,000.00
Target
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Recent donations

"Well Done De-choccing Amy xxKelly"
£15.75 from Kelly Kirk
"💙💙💙💙"
£20.00 from Jackie Ellison
"Wishing you lots of luck and hugs hoping you receive your treatment quickly xxx"
£25.00 from Lynette Biddington
"Good luck beautiful boy!!! Here’s to the rest of your amazing, WALKING life 😍 xx"
£10.00 from Robyn Laney
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£5.00 from Magdalena August

Just4Children are raising funds so Wilson can have life changing SDR surgery which may give him the chance to walk unaided one day!

Wilson was born prematurely at 30 weeks in January 2016. At 13 months he was diagnosed with PVL which has led to a diagnosis of quadriplegic cerebral palsy. He has difficulties with muscle control, balance and coordination.

He has spasticity in his body which means that simple things such as sitting without support, crawling or walking is extremely difficult for him and he is unable to do all of these on his own. He is incredibly determined and tries so hard every day to learn these things! Wilsons big sister is just under 1 year older than him and he is always watching her and wanting to do everything that she can.

Just4Children need to raise £100,000 so that Wilson can have life-changing Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) surgery. SDR is unfortunately not available for Wilson in the UK but we have applied to the world leading paediatric neurosurgeon Dr T S Park at the St Louis Children’s Hospital in Missouri. He believes that Wilson would be a great candidate for the surgery. The money raised will pay for the surgery, aftercare, a prolonged course of physiotherapy and any specialist equipment he might need.

Our wish is that Wilson will be free from the pain that the spasticity causes and one day be able to sit up on his own, walk and maybe even run alongside Ava playing just as a child should be able to. Without the surgery Wilson doesn’t have a chance of doing these things. We want him to have the chance to do the things we all take for granted.

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Thank you for taking the time to read Wilson’s story.

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